Yes, there’s still time to make 2015 a memorable golf season. Just ask Chris Kauppila, who made a hole-in-one on #8 this afternoon at Hidden Meadows.
Chris, who was playing with his brother Wes, along with mom Michele and dad Jim, used a 6-iron for the 161-yard shot. It’s his first hole-in-one in the 4+ years that he’s been playing golf.
Kinda spooky that he’d make one on Halloween, don’t you think? Congrats Chris!
Chris Kauppila can add this golf ball to his trophy case, right beside all the medals he won playing on the high school golf team for the Old Town Coyote’s this year.
The golf course is open for walking. $14 and you can play all day. Unfortunately it is too wet for riding carts. Pull/push carts are fine. We will reassess conditions on Monday for riding carts.
Titleist PermaSoft gloves, factory seconds. Regular price $9.99 apiece. Fall special, buy two, get one free. Limited to stock on hand.
The Old Town Coyote team topped off a great year with a second place finish, touring the Tomahawk course in 334. Congratulations to Cape Elizabeth, Class B winners with 322.
Wes Kauppila, Chris Kauppila, Alex Blackie, Lucas Shorette, Cole Daniel, coach Joe Perdue
We’ve got some bad news and we’ve got some good news. Let’s start with the bad news:
Due to the 5.75 inches of rain that we received on Wednesday, we will not be letting golf carts out on the course today.
Now for the good news:
We’ll be letting golf carts out on the course on Friday, and the golf course will be back up to full speed. The Big Cup Scramble is on for Saturday, and the Old Town ASA Youth Girls Softball Fundraiser Scramble is on for Sunday.